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Nov 15, 2012 11:00pm EST
at 11:00. >>> we begin tonight with a warning for people who crave an extra energy boost. the federal government is investigating the potential dangers of 5-hour energy and another popular drink. they're a hit among high school and college students who think they need a boost to stay awake. fox 5's bob barnard has more. >> the fda says no link has been proven, but if government investigators determine caffeinated drinks like 5-hour energy have contributed to or caused any deaths reported to the fda, it may order those popular energy shots off the market. the fda investigation comes three weeks after we told you about the death of 14-year-old anias fournier of hagerstown. she died due to caffiene toxicity according to the autopsy. her family said she drank two 24-ounce monster energy drinks 24 hours before she died and had a genetic disorder that can weaken blood vessels. her mother, wendy crossland. >> it's just something that you never want to go through. >> the fda says it's now investigating reports of five deaths possibly linked to monster energy drink, another 13 to a product cal
Nov 16, 2012 11:00pm EST
yancy has your fox 5 top five. >> we begin with concerns about a new energy boosting snack. no. 5, this isn't the cracker jacks you ate as a child. instead it's called cracker jack and it will have added caffiene. a nonprofit healthcare group wants the government to crack down before similar products are made they say putting children at risk. the makers insist the snack will not be marketed to children. no. 4, losing weight might help you get a better night's sleep. a study finds losing weight can help people get a better night's sleep whether through diet or diet and exercise. no. 3, most american workers can expect a 3% raise in 2013, slightly higher than last year. compensation experts say 3% raises are the new normal and they likely won't get higher until the economy and labor market grow. no. 2, there is a new way to enjoy nightlife in the district. the d.c. hopper is a shuttle that looks like a party bus with no alcohol. it takes riders around. it costs 10 to $15 each way. the shuttles run every 30 minutes fridays and saturdays from 9:30 p.m. to 3:15 a.m. >> no. 1 tonight,
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